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Spring Lake's Kid-Friendly Inn on the Shore - www.suite101.com
A Bed & Breakfast on the Jersey ShoreThat Caters to Parents © Mary Macrae Warren - Sep 30, 2008 With family vacations trying to do it all, finding the elusive B&B that welcomes children is seemingly impossible. Not so at the family-friendly Spring Lake Inn. Owners Andy and Barbara Seaman,... click here for more

Jacksonville Biz Journal - Oct. 2008 - SEASIDE STAYCATION
Seaside staycation - Blending old and new a successful mix. - by Dolly Penland - Correspondent If the thought of high gas prices makes you want to give up that weekend getaway, think of the Casa Marina Hotel. Located in Jacksonville Beach, this historic hotel is a great place to... click here for more

Getting Around in St. Augustine - by Pamela Watson - 9/23/2008
St. Augustine Travel is Easy on Foot, by Car or by Trolley - www.suite101.com -Most attractions in St. Augustine can be reached by walking, but from the old Spanish fort to the Alligator Farm, hopping local transport is the best way to see it all. Visitors to Florida’s St. Augustine... click here for more

Re-Living the Gilded Age - by Mary MacRae Warren
September 23, 2008 -Lamplight from the windows of Victorian and Colonial period houses cast a soft golden orange glow onto uneven brick-paved streets. Long tea-colored shadows draped the street, thrown from the thick fronds of banana trees, herculean live oaks and stately palms. Night creatures chirped musically in the growing... click here for more

Elegant Inn with a Past Offers Present Day Luxury Accommodation
Casa de Solana a St Augustine Bed and Breakfast - © Pamela Watson. www.suite101.com - Sep 24, 2008 St. Augustine hotels and bed and breakfast inns throughout the city offer a variety of lodging. Casa de Solana in the heart of the historic district offers much more. Cozy rooms, luxurious... click here for more

www.suite101.com - Old Spanish Florida Comes Alives with Great Family Attractions
Fun Things To Do in Florida: St. Augustine © Pamela Watson - Sep 22, 2008 Explore a Spanish fort, get out of jail and learn that Columbus didn't discover America, as costumed interpreters bring history to life in America's oldest city. Travelers looking for a taste of old Spain don’t... click here for more

www.suite101.com - Looking for a Florida B&B Getaway? - 9/21/2008
Where to Find the Best Inns in Historic St. Augustine © Mary Macrae Warren The elegant inns of St. Augustine are the perfect retreat for exploring the oldest Spanish settlement in the United States. Barely two decades ago, if an oyster shell was tossed in St. Augustine, it might hit... click here for more

www.suite101.com - Where to find the Best Martinis in St. Augustine
The Perfect Dry and Dirty Vodka Martini - © Mary Macrae Warren - Sep 19, 2008 In search of the perfect dry martini? Look no further than Tini Martini Bar in old St. Augustine, where martinis rule - shaken or stirred, straight up or on the rocks. Mixing the perfect... click here for more

www.nymetroparents.com BLOG - September 2008
Vacation, All I Ever Wanted. Mom-Cation, All I Ever Needed by Mary MacRae WarrenSometimes a Mom's got to get away from it all -- the kid, the daily grind, the never-ending To-Do list. This past week I did just that. Packed my bag and headed to St. Augustine for a... click here for more

Eating, Drinking & Being Mary - St. Augustine
September 19, 2008 by Mary MacRae Warren: Bad meals are hard to find in St. Augustine, where local innkeepers and restaurateurs have a secret recipe for menus that keep customers coming back for seconds. The secret is simple. They use the freshest ingredients, set the table for relaxed dining, and dream... click here for more

www.BnBfinder.com - Inn on Charlotte - September 2008
From Pickles to Pleasure ~ by Bobby Hickman and Joni Strandquest ~ A relatively new concept, the term "Babymoon" vacation caters to parents to be. BigStockPhoto Babymoons are a growing trend and a great way to spend time together. When Chris Christensen and his wife, Joan, were expecting their first... click here for more

www.jannorris.com - Sept. 2008 - Key Lime Coffeecake a Winner
There are thousands of cooking contests across the land - around the world, actually. Some competitive cooks actually make a modest living or at least, pin money, getting into them. It’s no surprise then, that winners cross this desk often. For some, you wonder how many entries they didn’t get,... click here for more

www.SyndicatedNews.net - September 2008 - Inn on Charlotte
by Ruthie DiTucci - NATIONAL COFFEECAKE WINNER Angela Guzciewicz and INN ON CHARLOTTE owner Lynne Fairfield spend an hour on www.SyndicatedNews.net discussing the 2008 Coffeecake Recipe Challenge and St. Augustine, Florida. The entire interview (90 minutes) can be heard online globally. ... click here for more

New York Times - August 2009 - Vivere @ the Grand Victorian - Spring Lake
Global Inspiration, Italian Foundation - By KARLA COOK; August 29, 2008 VIVERE is a happy combination: beautiful 1883 Victorian building, deep porch above the beach traffic, glassed-in dining room with a view to the ocean. Then there’s the food: crisp, clean flavors, fresh ingredients and global inspiration, against a comfortable Italian foundation.... click here for more

Asbury Park Press - Inn Season for Bed & Breakfasts
It's "inn" season for bed-and-breakfasts: By BRITTANY TALARICO • August 28, 2008 Bed-and-breakfasts are a common luxury in Jersey Shore towns. These are just five of the many B&Bs at the Shore. Grand Victorian at Spring Lake Lacey Dennison, assistant innkeeper, said everything is newly refurbished at Grand Victorian at Spring... click here for more

Multicultural Travel News - AUGUST 2008 - by Lisa Skriloff
Spring Lake Inn: Se Habla Español ~ Realizing an American dream that started with her father, a Cuban immigrant, the owners of Spring Lake Inn, husband and wife team Andy Seaman and Barbara Garcia, serve their guests with a mix of European-style hospitality and contemporary amenities blended into an unpretentious... click here for more

www.staugustine.com - N.J. Mom Wins Coffeecake Challenge
Special to The Record | Posted: Sunday, August 17, 2008 Angela Guziewicz from Newton, N.J. had never entered a national cooking contest until she read about the 'Coffeecake Challenge' hosted by the Inn on Charlotte in St. Augustine. "I saw the contest in my local paper and spent lots of... click here for more

WhereToGoNext.com - July 2008
Keep A Secret and Surprise Your True Love by Rich Steck & Judi Janofsky Hey, guys (or dudes, depending on your generation), here's a slick way to surprise the one you love with a secret romantic getaway. Assuming you can keep a secret until it's time to pack and go. It's... click here for more

TravelGolf.com - August 2008 - by Tim McDonald, Travel Editor
St. Augustine's B&B scene opens eyes to another golf vacation lodging option ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - How many of you traveling golfers have ever stayed in anything other than a condo or extended hotel suite on a long golf trip? That's what I thought. Not too darn many. True enough,... click here for more

USAEntertainment.com - August 2008
“Keeping the Romance Alive” Contest For Men Only!  ~ by Al & Missy Martino. Take Her Away to the Secret Garden – Casablanca Inn’s ‘little secret’ www.CasablancaInn.com Are men prepared to surprise their favorite gal with a romantic getaway? Read the whole story on www.accentontampabay.com or www.USAEntertainment.com .Adobe Acrobat Reader... click here for more

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